OKI Singapore launches small-footprint A3 device that opens up more garment and product decoration opportunities with affordable white toner technology
Singapore (1 June 2017) - OKI, a printer specialist from Japan renowned for designing and manufacturing printers for businesses and printing professionals, has launched the Pro8432WT. This professional device is an A3 graphic arts colour LED printer suited for printing businesses and it will only be sold through selected OKI authorised partners in Singapore. For those visiting the upcoming PrintPack+Sign 2017 show at the Singapore Marina Bay Sands from 26-28 July 2017, OKI will unveil the Pro8432WT and visitors to its booth (no. CC28) may request a personal live demonstration.
Created for the graphic arts printing sector, the Pro8432WT is a white toner printer that prints in any colour including white, on media sizes up to A3. Printing with white toner, the Pro8432WT can produce full colour transfers which are already weeded and ready-to-decorate substrates of any colour. Self-weeding capability removes the time-consuming, multi-step processes previously required by traditional methods, when decorating coloured garments and products. Combining the flexibility of the latest transfer media - used to decorate substrates from cotton and man-made synthetic fabrics, to metal, glass, acrylic and even wood - with the strong opacity of white toner, permits excellent colour decoration - for example on garments - in a single step process for superfast, cost effective production. This innovative transfer system with the Pro8432WT is fast, easy and overcomes limitations seen in other digital printing techniques.
The Pro8432WT also boasts the smallest footprint and compact design in its class. This professional graphic arts colour LED printer is designed to fit any print shop or design studio where space may be limited. It offers a fast-turnaround, short-run alternative to silk screen and other decorative methods. Thanks to its fast and easy set-up, it also provides an accelerated path to new revenue streams for consumer-retail print shops and businesses that carry out light or short-run production printing.